Who has the cheapest auto insurance? Full coverage if possible.

Not rabbit related, but nearly as important if I want to keep my wife happy. I’m looking for some cheap full coverage car insurance, I found this: http://www.autoinsurancemonkey.com/how-to-get-cheap-full-coverage-auto-insurance/ 

Was helpful, but didn’t have any info for my state unfortunately. I like in Alaska, so it’s kinda off a unique state in a sense. Definitely feels like it’s own country, especially with it comes to dealing with the outside world.

So if anyone knows of any decent cheap full coverage auto insurance please let me know. I already know prices isn’t everything. I expect to pay a lot since I live in Alaska, but I’d like a company to at least have some decent customer service. Like not making me wait 20 minutes on the phone to deal with an actual human being. They don’t even have to be a competent human being, just a real living breathing person will do!

Honestly can’t believe how bad customer service has gotten lately. That even asking to talk to a human has become impossible. Anyway I digress.

If you know any decent insurance companies please let me know. Also if you want some tips on how to get cheap auto insurance check this out: http://www.autoinsurancemonkey.com/who-has-the-cheapest-auto-insurance/

About me

Welcome to Creme d’Argent

I’m a rabbit breeder located somewhere in the U.S.A. Where? That’s a secret. But here’s some stuff I’d don’t mind sharing.

  1. I breed rabbits
  2. I’m 38 and married with 2 kids
  3. Kids are #1, Wife is #2, Rabbits are #3 in my life

I’ll be posting about my life and my rabbit breeding progress. If you’re a breeder and want to chat please mail me at JAZ@cremedargent.org. I enjoy chatting with fellow breeders. So please feel free to message me at anytime. I can’t make any promises on my response time though!

Creme d’Argent

Whats is a Creme d’Argent?

Good question. A Creme d’Argent is a rabbit breed that developed in France sometime in the late 1800’s. The origins of this rabbit breed are uncertain. Many believe it to come from Champagne d’Argent breed.

The breed became popular because of it’s fur trimmings, which were often used in popular clothes of the time.

In 1924 the breed made its way to New York America. Unlike France where the breed was used for clothes, in America it was breed as a meat type.

Currently the Creme d’Argent is nearly extinct. With only 1000 wild animals estimated in the U.S and U.K.

How does the Creme d’Argent look?

It weights 8-10 Lbs. Has a creamy white color with an orange cast. It’s undercoat is generally a bright orange. The picture above is how it generally appears.